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SUp3rFM: Esta cache foi arquivada por falta de uma resposta atempada e/ou adequada perante as situações relatadas. Relembro a secção das guidelines sobre a manutenção http://support.groundspeak.com/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=307#maint :

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You are responsible for occasional visits to your cache to maintain proper working order, especially when someone reports a problem with the cache (missing, damaged, wet, etc.). You may temporarily disable your cache to let others know not to search for it until you have a chance to fix the problem. This feature is to allow you a reasonable amount of time – normally a few weeks – in which to check on your cache. If a cache is not being maintained, or has been temporarily disabled for an unreasonable length of time, we may archive the listing.

Because of the effort required to maintain a geocache, we ask that you place physical caches in your usual caching area and not while on a vacation or business trip. It is best when you live within a manageable distance from the cache placements to allow for return visits. Geocaches placed during travel may not be published unless you are able to demonstrate an acceptable maintenance plan, which must allow for a quick response to reported problems. An acceptable maintenance plan might include the username of a local geocacher who will handle maintenance issues in your absence.[/quote]

Como owner, se tiver planos para recolocar a cache, por favor, contacte-me por [url=http://www.geocaching.com/email/?u=sup3rfm]e-mail[/url].

Lembro que a eventual reactivação desta cache passará pelo mesmo processo de análise como se fosse uma nova cache, com todas as implicações que as guidelines actuais indicam.

Se no local existe algum container, por favor recolha-o a fim de evitar que se torne lixo (geolitter).

Obrigado

SUp3rFM
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Casa da Capivara - Capybara´s Home

A cache by lcebula Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/22/2011
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Este cache é um pequeno tubo de "M&Ms" e está próximo à casa das capivaras, no parque Tingui. Nele você vai encontrar o log book e alguns itens para troca. Traga sua caneta. Neste local você pdoerá observar várias capivaras.


This cache is a small "M&Ms" tube and is near to the home of the capybaras in the park Tingui. The cache holds a log book and some swags. BOYP. At This site you can observe many capybaras.


As capivaras vivem em grupos familiares que podem chegar a 20 indivíduos ou mais. Geralmente, o grupo é composto por um macho dominante, várias fêmeas adultas com filhotes e outros machos subordinados. Os machos têm uma grande glândula sebácea sobre a cabeça, que utilizam para demarcar sua dominância através do cheiro. São encontradas próximo da água, em florestas ao longo de rios e em lagoas. As capivaras alimentam-se de grama e também de vegetação aquática. Quando estão em perigo, as capivaras mergulham dentro d'água e nadam sob a superfície até escapar. São excelentes nadadoras e podem permanecer submergidas por vários minutos.


The capybaras live in family groups of up to 20 individuals or more. Usually the group consists of one dominant male, several adult females with cubs and other subordinate males. Males have a large sebaceous gland on the head, which they use to mark their territory by smell. They are found near water in forests along rivers and ponds. The capybaras feed on grasses and aquatic vegetation as well. When in danger, capybaras dive into the water and swim under the surface to escape. They are excellent swimmers and can remain submerged for several minutes

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

An áeiber.
Ng gur gerr.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:27:32 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:27 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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